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cross has a solution. 5:00 a.m. welcome to november 2nd. alexis smith is still on maternity leave. >> she will be gone for a little while. >> we'll keep mentioning it. sue hall is here for a little bit. alexis enjoying that well-deserved time. this is the day before the rain, isn't it? >> it is. it's the day before the rain. hopefully alexis, if she has her kid soon can keep him or her dry. right now the fog is the big story, in fact, sue told me an accident on 37. it could be fog related as it's been pretty thick there. look at this beautiful picture of a waxing moon getting ready to set. have to cover it with the 12-hour day planner.
not quite as cool this morning. low to mid-50s. we'll hang around 60 at the coast. 62 to 64 at noon. some sprinkles will start at 7:00. here is sue with the accident. on highway 37. i'll get to that in a bit. fog is in the area. to san rafael, no fog here, southbound 101 past the civic center and up towards central san rafael moving at the limit. we hope it stays that way. bumper to bumper, moving but still lots of cars out for the early morning. at the top of the screen on past the berkeley curve and into the mcarthur. no metering lights on yet. that deadly terror attack in new york city, attorney general jeff sessions scheduled to visit the big apple today. >> he will talk about defending national security in the wake of the attack. prosecutors say this photo is the suspect, sayfullo saipov at
the new jersey home depot where he rented a truck on the day of the attack, use it had to mow down pedestrians nearly 20 blocks on a bike lane. eight people were killed. according to the criminal complaint against him he wanted to kill as many people as he could. he allegedly was inspired by isis videos he watched on his cell phone. natasha, i want to follow up on that story. president trump this morning once again responding to the new york city terror attack. i want to show you some tweets he sent out within the last ten minutes or so. statistically that process takes much longer than going through the federal system, and he also sent out this tweet within just the last eight minutes saying there's also something appropriate about keeping him in the home of the horrible crime he committed. should move fast. death penalty.
and, of course, we'll continue to track this story and the president's comments. reggie? now to the victims of the tragedy in new york city. reaction from their loved ones in today's "gma first look." >> reporter: we're hearing from the loved ones of the eight lost in tuesday's horrific terror attack. in argentina the country is mourning the loss of five of its citizens holding a vigil honoring the group of lifelong friends taken by extremist violence on a trip meant to celebrate their 30-year high school reunion. newly released video shows the men biking along the very same path just minutes before they were mowed down in that deadly attack. this picture was taken just before the group boarded the plane for new york meeting with classmate and friend marrow who suffered multiple broken bones but is expected to survive. >> he actually doesn't understand all that happened yet and it hasn't been explained to him. >> reporter: we'll have full, live coverage on this unfolding terror investigation along with the hero police officer who
stopped the rampage all coming up at 7:00 a.m. abc news, new york. more lawsuits targeting pg&e in the north bay fires are expected to be filed today just as the california judicial counsel has been asked is to combine them into one. it was used in the san bruno explosion. if granted one judge will hear the entire case in san francisco superior court. today mary alexander, the lead attorney for victims in the ghost ship fire, will hold a news conference to announce new filings representing 12 victims in the north bay fires. alexander will also provide an update on the ghost ship fire cases. happening today the prosecution is expected to wrap up its case in the kate steinle murder trial. the 32-year-old was walking along san francisco's pier 14 with her father when she was shot more than two years ago. shot more than two years ago. the jury watched the
police then took a different approach. they lied to get garcia zarate to confess. they told him the firearm had been recovered and had a dna match. he finally admitted he shot the gun. he said he found it at the pier. new developments in the case of a bay point man who died in police custody last year. newly released body cam video shows the moments leading up to the death of humberto martinez. a warning here, some of you may find this disturbing. lilian kim has the story. >> reporter: body cam video obtained by the east bay times shows a pittsburg police officer putting 32-year-old humberto martinez in a chokehold. at one point you can hear martinez struggling to breathe. >> he's still resisting. >> reporter: this encounter was a result of a pursuit that began after police tried to pull over martinez for expired tags. martinez drove to a friend's house instead and ran into the garage. officers chased him into the kitchen and after a struggle an officer ended up applying the
chokehold. >> it's just a life and death struggle. humberto was struggling to breathe and they're insisting that he not move while they choke him out. and they killed him. >> reporter: officers tried to revive him to no avail. his death was found to be an accident. friends at the house when it happened believe otherwise. >> that little bit of him showing him dying and struggling to breathe, i mean, how could you not hear a man trying to breathe and still keep on choking him and beating him. >> reporter: a spokeman declined to comment on camera, but in a statement said the department believes the officers acted, quote, lawfully, appropriately, and consistent with training and experience. this case may very well end up with a jury having to decide. the family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. in pittsburg, lilian kim, abc 7 news. 5:06 now. new details this morning about daca. california's attorney general is asking a federal judge to reinstate the program until a lawsuit against the trump
administration has been decided. the request was made for a preliminary injunction blocking the administration's push to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals program. daca protected undocumented immigrants, many of them now college students, from deportation. new developments this morning about the sale of recreational pot in san francisco. a hearing before the city supervisor's land use and transportation committee will discuss another set of marijuana regulations as they pertain to planning code amendments, one of those regulations is an equity program. now that is designed to help certain people find employment and business opportunities in the cannabis industry. they are low-income residents, people of color, and those who are arrested or convicted. the tesla model three will be late, really late. that's just the beginning of the bad news for the bay area based company. >> tesla is reporting a massive loss. matt keller is live in san jose. matt? >> reporter: good morning, reggie and natasha.
a lot of people are shocked by tesla's earnings report. not only is the company losing a lot more money than expected, it's making a lot less cars. the model three was supposed to be the car of the masses. production is making it the car of the few. $19 million loss in the third quarter due to heavy spending on model three production. elon musk promised 1,500 in the third quarter but only 220 were produced. blame it on the battery because the delays at its facility in nevada, tesla expects to make 20,000 model threes per month by the end of march. elon musk originally promise that had by december. it's been in high demand, is about half the price of the model s at $35,000 and that's not including federal tax credits. more than 500,000 potential buyers on the waiting list having put down a $1,000 deposit. the only people who might be more upset than them might be tesla stockholders, down more than 5% in after hours trading.
reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. good news for marin county residents who want to see election results as soon as possible. it will be available shortly online after 8:00 p.m. go to marinvotes.org and look for election results. first reports are expected around 9:30 p.m. the site will be updated every 30 minutes after that. let's take a look at temperatures in our east bay neighborhoods. 51 in brentwood, pittsburg and concord. a look at the rest of us. 47 right now in oakland, san carlos, 48. low 50s from hayward and mountain view down into san jose and los gatos. 50 in pacifica. san francisco, 52. vallejo, 49. napa 42. you need a coat this morning. san francisco, our average high is about 67 degrees. by noon we'll be at 60 with increasing clouds that will cap
us at about 64 as we head to 4:00. back around 60 by 8:00. let's head down to the south bay and san jose. temperature a little bit cooler than average. average high of 73. by noon up to 63. we'll hang out in the mid to upper 60s from 2:00 to 4:00. also back down to about 60 by 8:00. let's talk about our next storm coming, still one, light on the storm impact scale. a quarter to three-quarters of an inch of bay from the south bay to the north bay. in the hills an inch to an inch and a half. clear the leaves from your drains and gutters. check the tires and wipers and please slow down with when our first taste of that weather comes in. low to upper 60s with humid breezes out there. drier and a cooler breeze means mid-50s to low 60s for saturday and sunday will be in the upper 50s to low 60s holding steady. now i have another chance of rain in the forecast and an hour-by-hour look at tomorrow's is up next. sue? to the richmond/san rafael
bridge. blocked from the toll plaza to the sir francis drake. looks like everybody is moving along just fine. you can see the red sensors on your screen there and this is the accident we were talking about eastbound 37 near skaggs island involving a big rig and a car. the car was trying to pass the big rig and got stuck under the big rig. not a good scene at all. i'm not seeing any slow traffic on our sensors right now. we will check back with them and get an update when we come back. >> thank you, sue. facebook is increasing security. the event that could put extra money in your pocket. >> it's 5:11 and a look outside at the bay bridge. we keep
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we're back at 5:14. happening today president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort and his business associate rick gates will appear at a status hearing in washington, d.c., courtroom. the two surrendered monday as part of the investigation into possible russian collusion in the 2016 election. both are accused of conspiracy against the u.s. and other felonies. a status hearing is where the judge, prosecutor, and defense attorney discuss evidence and motions. manafort and gates have both pleaded not guilty.
happening today house republicans are expected to release the text of its sweeping tax overhaul bill. the rollout was set for yesterday but lawmakers needed more time to decide what exactly should be in it. gop lawmakers objected to plans to eliminate deductions as well as proposals to limit pretax contributions to 401(k) retirement plans. president trump has said that the bill will primarily benefit the middle class. also happening today president trump will announce his pick for the next head of the federal reserve. his leading choice is federal reserve governor jerome powell, a former treasury official who appears inclined to continue gradual interest rate hikes. he may be open to easing some regulations on banks. if nominated powell would replace janet yellen, the first fed chief to serve a full term without being nominated for a second. kevin spacey is seeking evaluation and treatment amidsexual misconduct accusations according to
"people" magazine. several allegations have recently come to light. his response to the accusation caused widespread criticism. actor and director dustin hoffman is accused of harassing a teenager. hunter claims it happened when she was 17. hoffman is apologizing. the head of facebook says the company will invest more heavily in security. the ceo mark zuckerberg says profits will take a hit because of the move. the social networking site has come under fire for russian-bought ads. nearly 126 million facebook useers in america may have been exposed to content generated by the russian government. by next year facebook plans to have more than 20,000 people working on safety and security doubling the current number. amazon getting ready to hire hundreds of seasonal workers for its fulfillment centers. it's holding a hiring event at 9:00 in richmond at the court yard marriott. according to the silicon valley business journal amazon has more than 800 open positions at its
fulfillment centers in san jose, richmond, and newark. the jobs pay around $13 an hour. houston astros fans are celebrating the team's first world series championship. friends, this is not houston. this is right here. abc 7 news was at the sports bar in san francisco and look at this. last night astros fans nervously watched the game. they saw the victory over the dodgers and, you know what, probably celebrated all night long. >> here is my question, are they astros fans or just dodgers haters? right? how many astros fans are really in san francisco? >> isn't that one and the same? right? to texas, thousands of real fans wait for hours to be the first to get the world series championship swag and they're still there. this was the scene south of houston where the line wrapped
around the parking lot. there were similar scenes all around the houston area. stores tried to manage the crowds by letting a small group in at a time. many fans were in a frenzy once they got inside. the most coveted items, hats and t-shirts, which the players wore after the final out. >> well deserved. no matter who you're rooting for in the situation you have to feel some sort of good feelings. >> for houston, they have been through a lot this year and lit's just give it to them to have a moment of celebration. hi, mike. what a great way to bring the community together. a look at live doppler the cloud is fog. our clear sky overnight allowed that fog to develop and is more widespread. some is spilling across highway 37 into the napa valley. be careful. that will be around all during the morning commute. a look from the east bay hills camera. looks pretty clear with
temperatures about the same this morning as yesterday. we'll start dry during the day but the clouds will return. nice southerly breeze will keep us mild today and a little more humid and that will translate into drizzle, even light rain and milder conditions tonight and tracking several light storms through the extended. temperatures today, 60 along the coast. 62 in san francisco. 63 to 66 around the bay. a narrow margin with the increasing clouds. 63 to 68 inland neighborhoods. tonight you see the green out there, some of the light rain scattered with our temperatures in the low to mid-50s tomorrow morning. so here we are at 5:00 this evening. evening commute looks pretty quiet. then you can see once the sun sets during the overnight hours that southerly wind bringing up the moisture and creating the drizzle to light rain that will continue throughout the day tomorrow. scattered waves of light rain and sprinkles and then the steadier rain moves in during the evening and overnight hours, but it leaves us quickly by saturday morning and saturday afternoon looks to be pretty quiet.
sunday, though, looks like the storms will come in later and weaker. 4:00 in the north bay and then exit the south bay by the end of the morning commute. here's a look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll get about a quarter of an inch to three-quarters of an inch in the north bay. about 1 to 1 1/2 in our hills. so the threat of flooding on the burn scars is there but is not a great threat right now. don't forget to turn your clocks back an hour, get that extra hour of sleep saturday night into sunday and those temperatures stay below average with another chance of rain light tuesday and wednesday. how about the morning commute, sue? so far, so good most places. we do have a couple of problem spots, a solid stream of traffic coming down the east shore freeway on through berkeley and the mcarthur maze into the bay bridge. toll plaza, a problem in the vallejo side of things eastbound 37 near skaggs island with a car trying to pass a big rig and got stuck. got out of control and stuck under the big rig. i am seeing some slow traffic in
the westbound direction as you make that turn from two lanes down to one lane. but eastbound looks like it's moving pretty nicely so far. we'll check back in a bit. and in san francisco southbound 101 near 80 there were reports after stalled car, no hazard lights on. in fact, no headlights either. so that may not be visible with the hood up of the car. so chp was trying to look for that and get it pushed off of the roadway. the left lane apparently blocked there. back on the accident in vallejo in just a few. >> sue, thank you. up next the seven things you need to know as you start your day and a halloween dream come true. how one dad went above and beyond for his little girl. plus, the reason thousands of oakland city workers will be on the picket line today and the subsequent closures that could affect you. we want this to be a better start to your day. we'll keep you up to the minute with live - everything we stock at grocery outlet has crazy low prices. do you know how we do it? - how? - bargainomics! say, if california has a bumper crop and produces too many oranges. or a winemaker in sonoma suddenly has 1000 bottles too many.
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told authorities he wanted to kill as many people as he could. eight pedestrians were killed on tuesday when officials say the driver ran them over in a rented home depot truck in a lower manhattan bike lane. number two from our live desk, a third person has died after a shooting at a colorado walmart. for the shooter under way this morning. a live look outside that walmart early this morning. and number three, several things weatherwise. we're dealing with fog across the north bay this morning. increasing clouds this afternoon and mild temperatures. and then scattered light rain and drizzle. steady rain tomorrow night. these are the rain totals by noon saturday. we're following your commute with an accident. it is the reverse commute direction eastbound 37 near skaggs island with a big rig and a car. tow truck is needed here. >> you may want to avoight van ness. lanes are being moved around because of ongoing construction. southbound lanes are affected.
well, number six, if you're waiting for a tesla model three, you're probably going to have to keep on waiting. ceo elon musk saying the company will not reach its goal of producing 5,000 model threes a week by the end of the year. and number seven, the only thing that matters disney says beyonce has signed up for the live action version of "the lion king." she will join this all-star cast with donald glover, james earl jones and seth rogan. if this next story doesn't make you melt, your heart is an iceberg. >> this is about a girl with autism in fredericksburg, virginia. she had a dream of dressing up like belle. >> not only did her dad make that dream come true, he went a step further. take a look. ♪ old as time >> nope, can't do it. this is too much for me to take.
this is so wonderful. that is allison, a vision in yellow as you can see, and her dad surprises her by dressing up as the beast. and then as they were playing the music, the two did the dance to the theme song from the movie. >> that's great. >> what are our producers trying to do to us today? have a full emotional breakdown? we're coming back with another full 90 minutes of news including how a one-day strike in oakland will affect city businesses today. also, is it time for tasers on the force? a police commander is making his case. plus, i continue to track breaking news here on our live desk after a shooting at a colorado walmart. a third person dead. i'll have much more next. it is 5:26. here is a live look outside. here is a live look outside. we have informa
good morning to you. it is 5:28 on this thursday, november 2nd. we're all here including sue hall in for alexis smith. great to see you again, sue. >> lovely to be here. >> mike, it's a dry day. that won't last too much longer. >> this time tomorrow some of us will be getting wet. the storm in the pacific northwest is beginning to develop as we expected. drawing moisture in from the ocean and that's why we're dealing with some fog. a quarter mile on the napa airport. we have fog roaming around petaluma down to novato and petaluma down to novato and across 37. vallejo, heelsberg, down to penn grove and clover dale f. you're heading out it's about the same temperature wise as yesterday from ukiah at 41, clear lake at 43. the rest of us in the mid-40s to near 50 degrees with our warm spots concord, fremont, san jose, 51.
ad san francisco, 52. beautiful picture from our east bay hills camera and you can see on the 12-hour day planner low to mid-50s with fog around the north bay throughout the morning commute. near 60 at the coast. that second line is the bay. 64 to 66. and then inland, 62 to 65. once we get to 7:00, mid-50s to around 60 and let the sprinkles begin. more on the rain coming up. hi, sue. to highway 37. an earlier accident that's still out there eastbound 37 involving a big rig and a car that apparently got stuck under the big rig. now a second accident in the westbound direction and is involving a car that apparently went into a ditch. i don't know if it's visible but mike was saying there's fog in the area that may be a reason and that fog along the water there can get pretty thick. so two accidents, one eastbound, one westbound. we'll get further clarification from the chp coming up. sue, thank you. a major change if you drive down van ness avenue in san
francisco. >> the southbound lanes are shifting to the center of the road. amy hollyfield has what this means for your morning commute. hi, amy. >> reporter: good morning, reggie. here is what it looks like. these lanes right here next to the sidewalk are now closed, construction zone. the cars will be moved to the middle of van ness so expect a different ride through here starting today. this is southbound. so this is coming into the city from the golden gate bridge. this is one phase of a huge project, a major overhaul of van ness. in this phase they'll be replacing the water and sewer systems underneath. officials call this part of the project intense and disruptive. they say it will take about two years. van ness will lose some parking spots to this phase and at times van ness will be reduced to one lane in each direction. the van ness makeover is expected to be complete in 2020. reporting live in san francisco,
amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. san francisco police are trying to figure out whether the carjacking after taxi is related to that police shoot-out we told you about in the castro yesterday that left an officer in critical condition. now the shoot-out happened near 18th and diamond just after midnight yesterday. it started when officers were notified about a suspicious vehicle, detectives say it turned out to be stolen. when officers approached there was an exchange of gunfire between the suspect and at least one officer and both of those people remain in the hop. the suspect's condition is life threatening. about a mile away in the mission district san francisco police say a carjacked taxi was ditched on oakwood street. it's believed it was taken in the castro right after the shoot-out. the exact connection to the crime remains unclear this morning. neighbors say police searched all around that area yesterday. at the live desk this morning tracking breaking news. a third person has died after a shooting inside a colorado
walmart. it appears to be at random. and right now there is a manhunt under way for the shooter. the shooting itself happened late last night in thornton which is just north of denver. witnesses say a man walked in and opened fire. two men died at the store. a woman died at a nearby hospital. and i've noticed this morning that a lot of reports say that walmart has confirmed those victims are not employees so they were guests of the store. the gunman was able to escape. right now police, as i mentioned, are looking for that person trying to identify him with surveillance video. there's no indication, though, this is an act i have terror. natasha, back to you. >> jessica, thank you for the update. happening today nearly 2,000 oakland city work remembers planning a one-day strike. that strike and protest of an unsuccessful six-month negotiation with the city over fare wages and work site safety. city officials say they're continuing to negotiate and they want a fiscally prudent agreement. the strike will cause the following to close today at 2:00. all head start and early head start centers, all parks and rec
facilities and after school programs, all senior centers and all public libraries. police, fire, and emergency personnel will not be affected by the strike. the fbi's investigating a death threat against the owner of oakland's ghost ship warehouse. 36 people died in a fire there last december. the bay area news group says the threat was received after news reports she could collect $3 million in insurance payments. master lieutenant and his second in command face 36 counts of involuntary plan slaughter. prosecutors haven't charged inge. there are reports of e-mails inge knew about electric problems. a tally of the destruction left behind from the north bay fires. >> the tubbs fire destroyed 4,658 homes in sonoma county including the coffey park, fountaingrove neighborhoods. it also burned 94 commercial buildings and damaged 23 others. >> it also burned -- the nuns
fire, 639 homes in the glenallen, kenwood and bennett ridge neighborhoods as well as parts of northeast sonoma, and 73 others were damaged. as for the pocket fire, it burned three homes and damaged three more. the damage from the three fires is now the costliest in u.s. history. a business recovery center opens in santa rosa this morning. now that will provide information about government disaster loans and other help for business owners affected by the north bay wildfires. the center is located on stony point road near west 9th street right near to the pg&e offices. tickets go on sale for a fire benefit concert in rohnert park that will feature the counting crows. the november 18th show being presented by the family copola with bottle rock presents. the ticket prices range from $50 to $150. and now to that deadly attack in new york city, president trump making a bold statement on twitter about the suspect accused of carrying out
the incident and abc news reporter janai norman with what he said in response to his first isis-related terror attack as president. janai? >> reporter: well, jessica, president trump says woe love to send the suspect to guantanamo bay but admits that would take a long time. this morning he's up on twitter urging to move quickly toward the death penalty. overnight the president calling for the death penalty tweeting nyc terrorist was happy as he asked to hang isis flag in his hospital room adding should get death penalty. >> we have multiple casualties. this is a mass casualty situation here. >> reporter: president trump has continued to voice strong opinions in the wake of the deadly truck attack in new york city. police say sayfullo saipov drove a large home depot truck, swerving into a bike lane, mowing down pedestrians for nearly 20 blocks, almost a full mile, leaving eight dead. >> we have to come up with punishment that's far quicker and far greater than the
punishment these animals are getting right now because what we have right now is a joke and it's a laughing stock. >> reporter: president trump taking a tough stance on the man being labelled a terrorist, a stark contrast to the shooting in las vegas 30 days earlier when for days the white house said it was inappropriate to talk about politics or policy. the president hasn't stopped the political tweets since they started within hours of the new york attack taking aim at the diversity lottery program that allowed the suspect into the u.s. seven years ago. >> diversity lottery sounds nice. it's not nice. it's not good. so we want to immediately work with congress on the diversity lottery program on terminating it, getting rid of it. >> reporter: and despite calling it the democrat lottery system, the diversity visa program had bipartisan support and was signed into law by republican president george h.w. bush. that program provides about 50,000 visas every year out of
millions of applications and everyone who is accepted gets a background check. reporting live from washington, janai norman, abc 7 mornings. okay, janai, thank you. this morning we are learning more about the eight people who died in the attack. they include a mother of two young boys who was visiting from belgium. five others were tourists from argentina celebrating their 30th anniversary from graduating high school. and also two americans, a man from new york and another from new jersey. the first phase of repairs to the lake oroville spillway are done just in time for the approaching storm this is new video of the spillway provided by water resources. the repair work just completed is the first phase of a larger plan to restore the dam and its spillway to its original condition. record rain caused the spillway to erode and nearly fail in february. nearly 200,000 people had to evacuate for several days. that project will cost at least half a billion dollars.
it's possible they'll get an inch or two of rain in the foothills. once you get in the higher elevation we have that winter storm watch which means be prepared for 14 to 20 inches at least above 6,000 feet, possibly three feet of wet, heavy snow in the higher peeks. so what does that mean? check your wipers and lights. pack your chains and expect delays and to make a couple of those with that wet, heavy snow. and if you do, sue, make a snowman -- ♪ can you build a snowman exactly. i can't sing it. too bad reggie and natasha's mikes aren't open. but we'll move on. here is a look at what's going on for friday, saturday and sunday with some of the heaviest snow falling friday night through saturday morning and another push of snow, mainly snow showers for sunday afternoon. sunday night into monday another chance. here we are at noon tomorrow and you can see 1 to 3 inches above 6,500 feet. by saturday at 2:00 look at that. 1 to 2 feet from kirkwood to
donner and then it looks quiet most of sunday into sunday night into monday, another 6 to 8 inches. back here at home we have temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s. 48 to about 52 in the south bay. your commute planner for today, foggy north. mass transit cool to mild and light breeze fz you're going to be on the water. storm impact scale still a 1 for this storm. still looking at light to moderate rain over the weekend with about a quarter to three-quarters of an inch of rain falling for most of us. double that in the hills. an hour-by-hour look up next. here is sue. all right. we have bay bridge metering lights on 523 this morning. the commute lanes, car-pool lanes, are getting by just fine. if you're not car-pooling you are waiting for cash and even fastrak because of the metering lights. so delays building at the bay bridge. we have problems on highway 37 both directions according to the chp. eastbound a big rig with a car stuck under it. apparently it doesn't look like
it's blocking the lane because the green sensors mean traffic is at the limit there and then westbound in the same similar location a car into a ditch. no injuries involved there, but both will require tow trucks to get them cleared out so that may cause delays. we are seeing delays in the westbound direction from vallejo over towards sears point and into novato. we'll check on this and more when we come back in just a few. hi, everyone. i have some breaking international news that is pretty amazing. scientists have just found a hidden chamber inside egypt's great pyramid, the first discovery inside the pyramid since the 19th century. just an article published in the journal nature and says a team found a 30-yard void within that pyramid right above the grand gallery. they still don't know the purpose of the chamber quite yet. pretty cool, though, right?
it is 5:44. a san francisco police commander is talking about an upcoming vote on a controversial issue. the police commission will vote friday on whether to arm officers with tasers. this has been brought up several times before. but has failed due to opposition from activists groups. some people are concerned tasers will be used disproportionately against minorities and homeless people. >> we're getting close to a policy we think will work and help us mitigate some of the fears people have. the use of a ced lowers officer injury rates. it lowers the injury rates to suspects. >> commander peter walsh says each officer will be thoroughly trained in the use of tasers. a warning for trader joe's shoppers. certain salads may be contaminated. throw out broccoli slaw and kale with white chicken meat. salads are contaminated with
listeria produced by vallejo based specialty foods and a use by date from october 10 through october 13. people struggled to get a business off the ground have some new hope. the nonprofit kiva officially launched yesterday in san jose and the peninsula. loans for entrepreneurs giving small business owners a chance to get a loan. people can help people. >> so far 47 entrepreneur who is are borrowing money using kiva. they hope to do loan matches. skiers will soon be hitting the slopes. >> ski resorts in the sierra want to make sure you stay safe. abc 7 news was where the nonprofit group ski california spoke about their new safety pamphlet. ski california represents 28 ski resorts in california and nevada. >> a lot of consistency, a lot of what is in here, at squaw
valley and the intention to have something that would follow a skier from resort to resort. the video behind me seems innocent enough. a man walks into a convenience store. there is much more to it than that. watch this surveillance tape. you'll see a woman, do you see that, she pops out of the trunk and runs into the store. she apparently had been kidnapped. so the man sees her in the store, high tails it back to the car and speeds away. police say he entered her home, tied her up and forced her into the trunk. he is in custody on multiple charges including domestic violence. thank goodness the woman is okay. >> that video is just crazy. to meteorologist mike nicco tracking the rain to come perhaps tomorrow. southerly breezes will bring
an increase in clouds today. once the sun sets drizzle to light rain during the overnight hours. it's pretty dry but watch out for fog reducing visibility about a quarter mile. just a touch cooler today. light storms through wednesday. a lot of mid to upper 60s inland. 63 to about 66 around the bay. about 62 degrees. tonight, temperatures really homogenized due to the atmosphere being cloudy and our live doppler radar showing thehat's ai the d mountain snow. most of this is moving due east if not just a little bit northeast.
we'll see southerly winds and that's why clouds will increase. notice we went from 5:00 this evening to potential tomorrow especially outside of the south bay and inland east bay. in fact, it will get better as we go through t and scat ruling been typical of this mof saturday will be dry. as we head to sunday, the next system doesn't have quite as much moisture. look at the snow continuing up in the a through at least monday afternoon. so they're going to get dumped much more than we will storm. my acchiuweather seven-day forecast, light for friday into saturday.
light again sunday into monday. and then one more storm comes in. temperatures stuck in the 50s and 60s. sue? >> so i can turn my sprinklers off? >> i would hope so. good advice. >> thealtamont pass. blocking a but it's typical tracy on your drive to livermore. two separate accidents, one two separate accidents, one eastbound involving a big rig. and then westbound off the roadway and into a ditch. they are expecting a tow truck for that accident. and i am seeing slow traffic from vallejo as you go from two lanes down to one lane and slow the westbound direction as well. a stalled vehicle south 101 near 80ially blocking a lane. transit, 35 b.s
on time. ace train number one is running about five minutes late. a minor delay as it makes its way into fremont. no problem with muni this morning. check back with the accidents in just a bit. recovering after the wildfires. how scientists plan to regrow thousands of trees los flames. and a remake fit for a careen. the new crown beyonce will soon be wearing. a bra l before. the $2 million reason this is so expensive. >> a day starts here even as we head to break. here's live weather and traffic
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it is roa a quarter mile in some areas. that's the big story. winds are in santa rosa.wi b light breezes hern san francisco on the ferry building. mid-50s at low 60s to mid-60s noon, 4:00, and mid to upper 50s by of these problems happening on highway 37. one involving big rig car a stuck under a big rig. the car is off the roadway in the bushes. we are seeing delays across the whole a there except past the scene of the accident looks good.